Death Place Matching "Culver City, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actor | All in the Family
Carroll was born in Manhattan and raised in Forest Hills, a heavily Jewish community in New York City's borough of Queens. After graduating from high school in 1942, O'Connor joined the Merchant Marines and worked on ships in the Atlantic. In 1946, he enrolled at the University of Montana to study ...
Actor | Broken Arrow
Jeff was born in Brooklyn and attended Erasmus High School. After high school, he took a drama course and worked in stock companies for two years. His next role would be that of an officer in World War II. After he was discharged from the service, he became busy acting in radio drama's and comedies...
3. Gail Fisher
Actress | Mannix
A classy, smart-looking, spectacularly beautiful African-American actress who broke racial barriers in 1970s Hollywood but suffered greatly in her private life years after her TV glory days, award-winning actress Gail Fisher was born on August 18, 1935, in Orange, New Jersey, the youngest of five ...
Actor | Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Paul Richards was born on November 23, 1924 in Hollywood, California, USA as Paul Richard Levitt. He was an actor, known for Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970), Kiss Me Deadly (1955) and Monkey on My Back (1957). He was married to Monica Keating. He died on December 10, 1974 in Culver City, ...
5. Tom Conway
Actor | Cat People
Tom Conway played "The Falcon" in ten of that series' entries. He starred in three Val Lewton horror classics. He appeared in comedies, musicals, two Tarzan films and even science fiction films.
He was early television's Detective Mark Saber, but Conway will probably be best remembered as George ...
Actress | House on Haunted Hill
Carolyn Craig was born on October 27, 1934 in Green Acres, Long Island, New York, USA as Adele Ruth Crago. She was an actress, known for House on Haunted Hill (1959), Giant (1956) and Studs Lonigan (1960). She was married to Arthur Bryden and Charles Edward Graham. She died on December 12, 1970 in ...
Actor | Rio Bravo
First came to notice as a contestant on Groucho Marx's quiz show, You Bet Your Life (1950). His highly amusing personality won him bit parts in films, and he continued to work as a minor supporting player for years. He is the brother of Jose Gonzales-Gonzales. His most famous role was on John Wayne...
Actress | A Tale of Two Cities
A legendary stage actress and character player in early films, Lucille La Verne is one of those forgotten legends who seem to fade as the years go on. However, at her prime she was one of the most acclaimed actresses of her generation.
Lucille La Verne Mitchum was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on ...
Actress | The Fighting O'Flynn
Helena Carter was born into a family of Irish origin. While she was studying English Literature at the Columbia University Graduate School--to get a teacher's diploma--she began to work as a model for the Conover modeling agency. Renowned photographer Dick Isaacs shot some covers of her that ...
10. Bruno VeSota
Actor | Attack of the Giant Leeches
Tubby 5' 10 1/2" character actor Bruno VeSota had a remarkably long, varied and impressive career acting and directing in the mediums of stage, radio, movies and television. He was born Bruno William VeSota on March 25th, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the second of three sons born to Lithuanian...
11. Joan Tabor
Actress | Dante
Joan Tabor was born on September 16, 1932 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA as Marilyn Joan Tabor. She was an actress, known for Dante (1960), The Red Skelton Hour (1951) and Espionage: Far East (1961). She was married to Broderick Crawford and Abraham David Gold. She died on December 18, 1968 in ...
12. Sheldon Allman
Soundtrack | George of the Jungle
Sheldon Allman was born on June 8, 1924 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is known for his work on George of the Jungle (1997), Monster Mash: The Movie (1995) and Space Patrol (1950). He was married to Lorraine Allman. He died on January 22, 2002 in Culver City, California, USA.
13. Verree Teasdale
Actress | A Midsummer Night's Dream
Teasdale trained for the stage at the New York School of Expression. Acting on the stage from 1924, and after appearing in the stage play "The Constant Wife" with Ethel Barrymore in 1927, Teasdale was offered a film contract. In films, she often played society wives, the 'other woman' and second ...
14. Danny Lerner
Producer | Autómata
Danny Lerner was born in Israel, his industry career started with working in the distribution of films: he went on to manage a cinema chain and subsequently moved into production when he joined Nu World Productions in 1986.
Since then, he has produced over 70 films, shot on location in South Africa,...
Actor | Candy
Born Walker Smith, Jr., he borrowed the name of a fighter named Ray Robinson to box as an amateur so his mother wouldn't find out. Undefeated as an amateur boxer, 85-0, with 69 knockouts, 42 of them in the first round. Turned pro in 1940 and won his first 40 fights. Lost his first fight by decision...
18. Don Kelly
Actor | The Wild Wild West
Don Kelly was born on March 17, 1924 in New York City, New York, USA as Donald Patrick Kelly to Robert T. Kelly and Rachel Marie Knudsen. He was raised in Brooklyn, New York. Don was an actor, known for Bombers B-52 (1957), Tank Battalion (1958), and The Hostage (1967), his final starring role. The...
19. David McLean
Actor | Days of Our Lives
Mr. McLean appeared for years on television commercials as the Marlboro Man. After he learned he had cancer, he became an anti-smoking crusader. At a meeting of stockholders of Philip Morris, maker of Marlboro, Mr. McLean asked them to limit their advertising. In addition to his movie credits, Mr. ...
20. Gladys Lloyd
Actress | Two Seconds
Gladys Lloyd was born on October 11, 1895 in Yonkers, New York, USA as Gladys Lloyd Cassell. She was an actress, known for Two Seconds (1932) and Smart Money (1931). She was married to Edward G. Robinson and Ralph Lent Westervelt. She died on June 6, 1971 in Culver City, Los Angeles, California, ...
21. Robert McWade
Actor | The Kennel Murder Case
Robert McWade was born on January 25, 1872 in Buffalo, New York, USA as Robert McWade Jr. He was an actor, known for The Kennel Murder Case (1933), The Big Cage (1933) and Cappy Ricks Returns (1935). He was married to Almina Lee. He died on January 19, 1938 in Culver City, California, USA.
22. Douglas Shearer
Sound Department | The Wizard of Oz
Douglas Shearer came to MGM to visit his sister, Norma Shearer, and was hired as an assistant in the camera department. When MGM decided to make sound pictures, Douglas was appointed head of the sound department. In 1928, Douglas took the silent 'White Shadows in the South Seas' to a New Jersey ...
23. Lee Phelps
Actor | Anna Christie
Lee Phelps was born on May 15, 1893 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Napoleon Bonaparte Kukuck. He was an actor, known for Anna Christie (1930), Desperadoes of the West (1950) and Scouts to the Rescue (1939). He was married to Mary Warren. He died on March 19, 1953 in Culver City, Los Angeles,...
24. Dennis Wolfberg
Actor | Quantum Leap
Dennis Wolfberg was born on March 29, 1946 in New York, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Quantum Leap (1989), The Clairvoyant (1982) and Teacher Teacher (1990). He was married to Jeannie McBride. He died on October 3, 1994 in Culver City, California, USA.
25. Lenita Lane
Actress | The Bat
Lenita Lane was born on December 16, 1901 in Parnassus, Pennsylvania, USA as Lenita Mary Lane. She was an actress, known for The Bat (1959), The Mad Magician (1954) and While America Sleeps (1939). She was married to Crane Wilbur. She died on March 15, 1995 in Culver City, Los Angeles, California, ...
26. Sybil Seely
Actress | One Week
Sybil Seely was born on January 2, 1900 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Sybil Travilla Furthman. She was an actress, known for One Week (1920), Love, Honor and Behave! (1920) and Down on the Farm (1920). She was married to Jules Furthman. She died on June 26, 1984 in Culver City, Los Angeles.
27. Thelma Hill
Actress | Smile, Buttercup, Smile
Thelma Hill was born Thelma Floy Hillerman in Emporia, Kansas. Her family moved to Los Angeles, California during her early teen years. Living just blocks from the Mack Sennett studio, Thelma became one of the star struck, wide eyed girls who hung out near the studio peering through the gates. It ...
28. Charles Eastman
Writer | The All-American Boy
Charles Eastman was born on September 18, 1929 in Hollywood, California, USA as Charles Kemper Eastman. He was a writer and actor, known for The All-American Boy (1973), Second-Hand Hearts (1981) and Little Fauss and Big Halsy (1970). He died on July 3, 2009 in Culver City, California.
29. Miliza Korjus
Actress | The Great Waltz
Miliza's father was Arthur Korjus, a lieutenant colonel in the Imperial Russian Army and later Chief of Staff to the War Minister of Estonia. The Estonian branch of her family was of Swedish descent, having settled in Estonia during the middle of the seventeenth century when the country was ruled ...
34. Joan Blair
Actress | Deadline for Murder
Joan Blair was born on June 8, 1903 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Deadline for Murder (1946), Poppa Knows Worst (1944) and Say Uncle (1944). She was married to David A. Coplin, John B. Mayes and Kubec Glasmon. She died on January 9, 1997 in Culver City, Los Angeles,...
35. James V. Kern
Director | Lum and Abner Abroad
A former attorney and professional singer, James V. Kern started out as a screenwriter and eventually turned to directing. His directorial output consisted of mostly routine "B" pictures, but he found his niche in television, where he directed hundreds of series episodes; he was one of the house ...
36. Joseph H. August
Cinematographer | Gunga Din
Renowned cinematographer Joseph August began his film career not as a cameraman but as a wrangler--he was born and raised in Colorado--at Inceville, the studio begun by pioneering producer/director Thomas H. Ince. He soon switched careers, becoming an assistant to cinematographer Ray C. Smallwood. ...
37. Gile Steele
Costume Department | The Heiress
Distinguished costume designer, resident in Los Angeles from 1929. He worked on many prestige pictures for MGM (1938-1944) and Paramount (1946-1949). In his spare time he was an avid painter, whose works went on display at several California art exhibitions from the early 1930's. Died from a heart ...
38. Frances Conley
Actress | Stars Over Hollywood
Frances Conley was born on September 3, 1919 in New Brunswick, Canada as Frances Bain Conley. She was an actress, known for Stars Over Hollywood (1950) and The Roy Rogers Show (1951). She died on January 15, 1999 in Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA.
40. Cotton Warburton
Editor | Mary Poppins
Cotton Warburton is the great great uncle of author and filmmaker Dustin Warburton. Irvine "Cotton" Warburton (born October 8, 1911 in San Diego and died April 21, 1982 in Culver City, CA) was an All-American college quarterback (1933) who became a film editor; he won an Academy Award for his work ...
42. Wilson Wood
Soundtrack | Singin' in the Rain
Wilson Wood was born on February 11, 1915 in Huron, North Dakota, USA as Charles Woodrow Tolkien. He was an actor, known for Singin' in the Rain (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952) and Radar Men from the Moon (1952). He was married to Martha. He died on October 23, 2004 in Culver City, ...
Actor | Mission to Moscow
Dudley Field Malone has served as William Jennings Bryan's Third Assistant Secretary when the Great Commoner was Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State. After that Malone was an international divorce lawyer. In 1925 Malone was one of the lawyers who defended John T. Scopes in the famous "Monkey Trial"...
47. Marion Bell
Actress | Ziegfeld Follies
Marion Bell was born on November 16, 1919 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Marion Lee Bell. She was an actress, known for Ziegfeld Follies (1945), Down in the Valley (1950) and NBC Television Opera Theatre (1949). She was married to Tom Charlesworth, Alan Jay Lerner and Jack Charles Hollimon. She ...
48. June Carroll
Soundtrack | An Angel Comes to Brooklyn
Songwriter ("Love Is a Simple Thing") and author, educated at Hollywood High School in California. She wrote songs for films and for the Broadway revues "Who's Who", "New Faces of 1952", and "New Faces of 1956". Joining ASCAP in 1952, her chief musical collaborators include Arthur Siegel and ...
50. Howard Greer
Costume Designer | Bringing Up Baby
A graduate from the University of Nebraska in 1916, Greer, like fellow costume designer Robert Kalloch, served his early career at the fashion house of Lady Duff Gordon (Lucile), before moving on to Paris. There, he worked for the British designer Edward Henry Molyneux (1891-1974) at 14 Rue Royale, ...